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Eucalyptus cinerea

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Growing Zones: 7-11
(hardy down to 10℉)



Growing Zones 7-11
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

30 ft.

Mature Width:

10-12 ft.

Sunlight:

Full Sun

Spacing:

8-10 ft.

Growth Rate:

Fast

Drought Tolerance:

Great

Botanical Name:

Eucalyptus cinerea

Does Not Ship To:

AZ

FAST GROWING... COLD HARDY... WONDERFULLY AROMATIC!

  • Incredibly aromatic
  • Grows up to 6 ft. per year!
  • Drought tolerant

This is the most fragrant Eucalyptus tree that we know of. Some other varieties are faint or have no smell at all. Not this one.

You have likely smelled its leaves in flower arrangements or in potpourri. The dusty blue-green leaves of this Eucalyptus are refreshingly aromatic. You'll enjoy walking outside just to smell it and look at it.

Attractive, peeling bark also carries the familiar fragrance for use in closets, drawers, or anywhere you want to add a fresh scent. No leaves to rake, it keeps its foliage year-round. Now you can enjoy color in the winter when all other trees are bare and brown.

Let its fresh, clean aroma fill your home for days. It quickly grows back trimmed branches. Wonderful in flower arrangements, with its showy leaves.

Natural flea and tick protection. Put some leaves under your pet's bed or in areas where they like to sleep.

Your tree comes in a short bush-like form, but grows very quickly... up to 6 ft. per year! Tolerates drought and is cold tolerant down to zone 7b or in a protected zone 7a.

Grows indoors or out. If you live in the far north, grow it in a container and bring it inside for the winter. Your home will smell amazing.

A popular variety for home health remedies that treat a variety of respiratory and skin problems. My family uses eucalyptus and lemon grass to naturally repel ticks and mosquitoes when we go camping. It's a great alternative to Deet.

The demand for Eucalyptus trees has risen significantly over the past few years. This is a fun tree that does a lot. We recommend ordering soon while supplies are still available.





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eucalyptus glory....
the plant arrived on time and in good humor. It is growing well in the pot. "Gracie" is happy.....putting out new growth and never a brown leaf. Thanks much for sharing her with us! I am having trouble with a locally purchased frangipangi......it has "rust" and I keep removing the leaves as the orange powder appears.....I am afraid about too mant leaves.........any suggestions? [email protected]
May 28, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
babied plant
I babied it but it died!!!! >:( . honestly don't know what i did wrong! Im typically a good gardener! I even kept it inside the garage after receiving it, so i wouldn't go into shock but it died anyway! MY FAULT!
May 27, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Great tree
It's a beautiful tree and super fast growing. I have had mine around 4 yrs now. It smells wonderful and I love to take cuttings for flower arrangements. I even used cuttings to add to our daughter in-laws wedding flowers. This tree was 4ft tall when I got and now it towers over our second floor deck. The only issue has been that the trunk has become crooked. The instructions should tell you to stake it.
October 28, 2017
Growing Zone:
7
Eucalyptus Tree
What a delight this tree is. Already twice its original size. I love the texture contrast the leaves give to my existing garden.
September 20, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Growing Zone:
9
My tree died
Can you please send a replacement or give me a refund? I bought the guarantee.
July 6, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Not looking good for it's future.
I received the tree in good shape and planted it according to the online instructions. It has now gone from about a foot and a half tall to about 5" and dying. The weather was a bit bipolar at the time and may have contributed to what looks like it's imminent demise. I have sent an email to FGT and was told it should recover and have since followed up with pictures showing just the opposite. I would still like to try this tree again and have full sun plants thriving in the same area, just not this one.
July 4, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
8
Good so far
We love this tree so far, we re-planted it in a bigger pot and it seams to be doing great..
June 19, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
7
So far so good they showed up un harmed and we put them in the ground and got out of the way
June 19, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
4
ALREADY FRAGRANT
Tree still hasn't taken off growing yet, but taken root. I just planted it about a month ago. Surprisingly though, it already releases a fragrant as you walk by! Can't wait until it get larger. I have it planted by our patio.
June 8, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
7
50% success
Bought 2 trees. One is doing well. I'll have to see how much it grows. The other was broken on arrival and died within a couple days.
June 6, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
8

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Eucalyptus Plant


Eucalyptus Plant Planting Diretions

The eucalyptus is a quick growing, beautiful and beneficial tree native to Australia, also referred to the “gum tree” (from the sap it emits from wounds). Eucalyptus tree leaves are known for their many uses in modern medicine specifically for breathing troubles associated with colds and bronchitis.

Choosing a location: You’ll want a full sun area that drains well and is far from other competing plants. They are adaptable to many different types of soil, but will not tolerate constant standing water. Early Spring or Fall is the most recommended time to plant a new tree.

Planting directions (in ground):
1) Dig your hole twice the width of the root ball, and just as deep.
2) Try to take as much care as you can not to rough up the roots when you remove the tree from its pot. Eucalyptus roots are quite sensitive, they do not like to be disturbed so there is no need to spread out the roots when you place it into the hole.
3) Eucalyptus trees may require some soil amending at the time of planting if there is an abundance of clay or sand content to it. For heavy clay soils, mix in some good organic matter like aged cow manure at 25-50% of the ratio of the clay soil. For highly sandy soils, adding peat moss or compost will help retain soil moisture.
4) Hold the tree upright to where the tip of the root crown is level with the soil surface. Gently back fill the hole (remember to be delicate with those roots). When the hole is partially filled, soak the soil, let it settle, then finish back filling to the top of the root ball. Repeat several times until full, watering between layers.
5) Apply a 2 inch layer of mulch at a distance of about 2-3 feet around the trunk of the tree. DO NOT let the mulch touch the trunk of the tree as this can promote fungus and rot. Shredded wood mulch works well or a 3 inch layer of pine straw can also be utilized.

Planting directions (potted): Potting a young eucalyptus tree is widely encouraged and can be easily cared for in cooler climate areas with a few basic steps.

1) Select the appropriate pot for your new tree. Typically going up 1-2 pot sizes is recommended so there is not an excess of moisture being retained in the potting soil (Ex: If the tree purchased is in a 1 gallon pot, go up to a 3 gallon size). Traditional round pots can be used but the roots are likely start circling the inside, requiring constant repotting. Good drainage holes in the pot are essential to the tree’s survival (this is also another benefit of going only 1-2 pot sizes up). These drought tolerant trees tolerate drying out more than staying wet.
* If caring for your new tree in a pot at first with the intention of putting it to ground, select a semi-large, cone shaped pot. This way it can easily be transplanted to its permanent home.
2) Another key to good drainage is the correct type of potting soil used. Start with a porous, loose potting medium good enough to support the roots and retain just a slight amount of moisture. This can be found at your local garden center or nursery and is fairly inexpensive.
*Gardening Tip* Moisture control soil is NOT recommended for this tree.
3) Potted or not, eucalyptus trees require FULL SUN. Try to have it in a sunny, south facing window to keep it happy and healthy. Keep the tree outside as much as possible during the summer months.
4) If you’re planning on keeping the tree potted, it’s a good idea to repot every spring into a slightly larger pot size.

Watering (In Ground): Eucalyptus are drought tolerant, but for their first season it/they will require a regular watering regiment to assist in getting fully acclimated. Be sure to keep your soil moist but NEVER saturated. Using your index finger is a good way to tell if the tree is ready for another drink of water or not. Stick your finger into the soil near the tree and if it still feels moistened, leave it be. If it’s dry and sandy to the touch, give it a good watering. Mulch is very beneficial especially in the Summer season where water may evaporate much more quickly and it will also help combat competing weeds that might grow nearby. Watering regularly will not be as necessary after the trees first season, the normal rainfall should be sufficient but in extended periods of drought, it may need some extra water.

Watering (Potted): Eucalyptus will need to be watered regularly to keep the soil moist (but NOT soaking). Potted trees can dry out more quickly than the landscape so be sure to water just enough until you see it escaping the drainage holes and stop. DO NOT allow the water to remain in the tray and allow the top of the soil.

Fertilization (In Ground): We do not recommend fertilizing your eucalyptus tree if it is already planted in the ground.

 

Fertilizing (Potted): Eucalyptus that is potted may benefit from a slow release fertilizer once every Spring. A basic 10-10-10 formula works perfectly well.

Pruning: Eucalyptus trees respond well to pruning but is not necessary for the first two seasons. When you are ready to prune, be sure to remove dead branches. Pruning is recommended in the high heat of summer, which is when the eucalyptus’ nick name “gum tree” becomes more clear. The tree will bleed out a sticky substance but do not be too concerned as the high heat of Summer will assist in the healing of the wounds much more quickly. Try to avoid pruning when it is there is a high humidity to the air as this can promote fungal infections. Wound dressing can also be utilized in the removal of larger tree branches to prevent infections. Potted eucalyptus can be pruned/shaped at any time to maintain desired shape and size.

Some species such as the Rainbow Eucalyptus shed back their bark to reveal a splendor of colors making them quite an attractive addition to any property. Adding a eucalyptus tree to your home can provide multiple benefits: repelling insects, medicinal use and sinus relief. Birds and small mammals are drawn to the tree and also assist in the pollination of certain species of eucalyptus that is known for producing “gum nut fruit.” The trees have been known to be very prolific growers and average a lifespan of 250+ years! You can also create a new and exciting shower (or bath) experience by hanging fresh eucalyptus leaves in the bathroom where the steam can release an aromatic, healing vapor to open up your lungs. There are many benefits and rewards that come with adding a eucalyptus tree to your home whether it be to crush up the leaves for the soothing oil or repelling irritating mosquitoes and ticks.

Planting & Care

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Fast growing, fragrant, drought tolerant, and pretty trees.
Kassandra C on Sep 14, 2018
A gift
Debbie R on May 28, 2018
Fast growing, fragrant, drought tolerant, and pretty trees.
Kassandra C on Sep 14, 2018
Mosquito protection and great smell.
mark p on May 29, 2018
A gift
Debbie R on May 28, 2018
I have bought one before and it has done so well, wanted another.
Winnie T on May 28, 2018
Love the smell.
Lynn E on May 27, 2018
I just wanted a eucalyptus tree in my yard
Roy H on Jan 13, 2018
Gift for my daughter
Heather W on Jan 9, 2018
beautiful tree . aromatic . fast growing
MICHAEL R on Jan 4, 2018
Beautiful....fragrant. I have had one now from Fast Growing Trees since 2011 and enjoy it everyday. I am buying one today to give as a gift to my daughter-in-law.
Kathy D on Dec 31, 2017
I chose this tree for it's scent and beauty. The silver leaves will be a nice accent in our yard.
Kathleen W on Dec 31, 2017
It smells so good and for drying .
victoria b on Dec 28, 2017
It is beautiful, very aeromatic and it relieves stress
william t on Dec 11, 2017
my outside needs relaxing scent
melissa r on Nov 25, 2017
I wrongly chose this tree, didn’t realize it not hardy in Pa.
sally a on Oct 27, 2017
The look of the tree and the smell of the leaves.
Linda H on Oct 25, 2017
classic northern california tree with beauty and great sinus clearing scent.
Robert F on Oct 25, 2017
For medical purposes.
Connie M on Oct 23, 2017
I hope the trees will help reduce my bee losses.
David T on Oct 22, 2017
I love the smell of eucalyptus, also keep mosquitoes away!!
Nieves M on Oct 22, 2017
because my wife love this tree and we have not luck with the other two we bought from another company
mario E on Oct 20, 2017
We needed an evergreen shade tree in our backyard that was fast growing.
Katherine C on Oct 16, 2017
I wanted a nice flowering aromatic tree for zone 9 that was a little smaller than most trees. I also like the fact that it grows about 6 feet per year and is green all year round. That was key to me here in FL.
Joseph H on Oct 15, 2017
I chose these trees because they are thin, tall, fast growing, evergreen, fragrant and beautiful. At least, they're supposed to be! Fingers crossed they're as good as they sound.
Maggie C on Oct 15, 2017
I love the smell of eucalyptus since i was born had to get me this tree
Andrew D on Sep 30, 2017
I love the smell. Reminds me of my time in California. It didn't last in Arkansas' suffering heat/humidity.
Maryalice H on Sep 15, 2017
Bought it for my sunroom because I thought it was a tree. What arrived looks and grows more like a vine. Got it potted and trained to a stake, and within weeks it took off. It's growing nearly a foot each month!
Brad W on Jul 22, 2017
I love the smell and medicinal factors to eucalyptus.
Alafair R on May 29, 2017
Good for mosquito & other pests. Smells great & can cook with it.
Ruth H on May 26, 2017
They smell great!
Lucy P on May 23, 2017
mosquitos
Susana O on May 22, 2017
to repel insects and the aroma
victoria f on May 22, 2017
Ever green and the great smell
Gustavo R on May 22, 2017
For mosquito prevention.
David D on May 21, 2017
To eventually shade part of our house from full afternoon summer sun and for the fragrance and natural mosquito/flea/tick repellant of the tree.
Chris K on May 20, 2017
I had 2, one didnt make it through our very cold winter.
Teresa D on May 17, 2017
I like the smell
Tammy t on May 17, 2017
I do a lot of decorating for friend and family weddings, etc. and use a lot of eucalyptus in arrangements and garlands. Plus, it's expensive to buy. After reading the eucalyptus tree is fast growing and drought tolerant, I'm hoping some day to have my own source of my favorite greenery for decorating purposes.
Lisa B on May 17, 2017
THE GREAT SMELL THAT IT PROVIDE FOR YOUR HOME AND OUTDOOR BEEN LOOKING FOR THAT PLANT FOR A WHILE NOW
Wanda P on May 14, 2017
Saw one in my neighbors yd
Elizabeth J on May 13, 2017
Mosquito control
Amy G on May 12, 2017
I love the smell plus it's insect defense.
Nancy D on May 10, 2017
I am look for a fast growing, easy maintenance shade tree for my back yard.
Daniel R on May 9, 2017
This tree was very pretty and different. It did not make it two years in the Texas weather. I would not recommend for TX climate.
christy m on May 6, 2017
I like tree
Manton B on May 5, 2017
Grows fast and need to create a screen from my neighbors two story looking into my back yard
Jose A. T on May 2, 2017
same
John Wallace N on May 2, 2017
I have looking for this tree for yaers had one in my old house and did not remember where I bought it know I want one for my new house. It was a little difreant thow it had long leaves and grew tall and long but I can not find that one anymore. If you have one with long leaves and is not the lemon eucalyptus tree please let me know. thank you very much.
Viviana M on Apr 26, 2017
Aroma, keeps insects away
Manya M on Apr 20, 2017
Thought this tree would look at home here in the corner of my front yard. That corner looks soooo empty right now and needs a little something.
Laurine M on Apr 20, 2017
The smell is amazing. It brings me memories of my childhood in Peru.
Alexandra M on Apr 20, 2017
Mosquito protection and great smell.
mark p on May 29, 2018
I have bought one before and it has done so well, wanted another.
Winnie T on May 28, 2018
How long do Eucalyptus trees usually live? I have one that is about 10 years old, about 40 feet tall The top branches are starting to die. It doe not look like there are any diseases, bugs, or fungus
Susan on Apr 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It has a Life Span of 250+ years.
How do I trim this tree. I have one in my backyard, and I don't know if I should peel off the "peeling" bark, or do I leave it. How should you trim this tree?
winstons m on Apr 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The peeling of the bark is natural. The branches can be pruned in the summer.
How tall is the three gallon tree when it arrives?
Patrick T on Jul 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The 3 gallon size is around a foot tall.
Will the eucalyptus lose there leaves in the fall?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, the eucalyptus leaves do not change. I live in central Texas and it rarely gets below 20.
i live in high wind area, south texas.. are they good for wind break or too brittle?
odiepug on Jul 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Eucalyptus Tree can withstand high winds, but it's much more sensitive to the wind than Lombardy Poplar.
How much is the Eucalyptus Tree? I do not know what Zone I am in for being NW Iowa.
A shopper on Jun 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Eucalyptus tree varies in price depending on availability and size. It's currently on back order and our sales often change every 3 to 4 days, so I can't give you a good price estimate currently. NW Iowa is in zone 5, but some of it is in zone 4.

http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/ZoneMap.htm
will it help repel other insects such as bees?
Lauren on Feb 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I do not think so. it has small white flowers, the bees like the smell. and I think they also attract ants. I have not planted mine yet, but my parents had some when I was growing up. But if you mix borax ,sugar and HOT water then spray it all around the tree that should take care of the ants. but be careful it will make your pets SICK.. ... I really like the look and smell of the Eucalyptus trees. I hope that helps.
Hello. There are several kind of eucalyptus tree. What is the botanical name of your eucalyptus? Thanks.
Vannessa L on Nov 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We carry the Eucalyptus cinerea "Silver Dollar".
How does this tree tolerate very moist soil? This is not a marsh area or one where water is standing. However there are times in spring when the ground is spongy and soft. I also like the tulip popular and the sweet bay magnolia. The idea of year round green is appealing. My zip is 74012. Please offer some suggestions.
A shopper on Jul 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Eucalyptus Tree doesn't like moist soil or being over watered. Watering is a key step in removing any pests which may also share the plants desire to stay warm and dry. Try not to over water, these plants come from a dry desert and prefer to live as such, but do well in our warm temperature. Eucalyptus trees, which normally do well without irrigation, might appreciate occasional deep irrigation through summer.
How can I buy the Eucalyptus seeds?
tin h on Jun 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: They are available on line, I purchased some and read reviews from others who did so, seeds are quite small and not always viable plants may not live, growth is slow. I did not have success, try Amazon.
I want to know if the tree on sale is a eucalyptus cinerea with little round leaves just like you are showing in close up on the left?
michele k on May 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That tree is a Silver Dollar Eucalyptus.
I live in Pasco, wa and is listed zone 7. It is considered high desert. Summers are hot and dry. We antlers are cold and dry. Cold temps don't normally drop below teens and can be windy. Will this tree work in the backyard?
Nwrotorhead on Mar 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This tree is not recommended for zone 7 outdoors due to the colder winters in your area.
I live in north Texas (dallas area) we are right on the fringe of the growing zone. We do occasionally get some ice and a bit of snow/ freezing days. I'd love to plant a eucalyptus tree in my yard. Is it too risky or would I be okay?
Kacie S on Oct 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: live in Lake Worth about 40 miles from you. I planted mine about 2 years ago in a BIG pot. Never have taken it inside. So far it has survived our hot summers and the winter. Never have taken it inside. BE SURE AND KEEP IT STAKED FOR At least 2yrs. I am trying to find a 10-12 foot stake now. When you first get it, don't be disappointed about how small it is. Mine grew really fast, thus the keeping it staked part. I also use Miracle•Gro on mine. It does not have as much smell as what I thought it would but still like it anyway. Hope this helps you lol even though it is probably more information than what you wanted. Although we live close, every yard is different. Do what you think best. If it dies, get something else. If it lives. ??Celebrate.
What is the root system top or deep?
earl S on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Earl
After almost two years, I have not seen any surface roots, so I presume they go deep.
Regards
Tom
Is the wood good for burning?
janine w on Jan 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not really. it gets to hot, because of the oil in it.
We planted ours a week ago
The leaves turned brown
Is our tree dead ?
Dana M on May 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: i'm not sure but i doesn't sound good----mine survived for a short while and then the leaves turned brown and it died---good luck---mike
I live in central Florida. We want to plant this as a memorial for my mother. It gets good sunlight but not full sun. Also can you prune it so it does not get past about 25 feet?
Gretchen M on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If it gets good sunlight, my experience is that it will be fine. Eucalyptus trees grow pretty fast. You will have to prune it to prevent it from getting out of hand. Don't plant near your house.The limbs can be used as dried foliage indoors in vases with fresh or dried flowers.
how many new trees can the transplant fertilizer support?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The transplant fertilizer is 2 oz. package, so one packet per tree is best.
have you used any pesticides on the trees?
Kristie S on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, I haven't, and mine have grown really well. I have a friend who has one from the same order about 30 miles away and I know they have not sprayed with pesticides, and their tree is also thriving and doing well. Hope that helps in some way.
Is it too hot to plant eucalyptus in Fredericksburg tx in sept?
Courtnay on Jul 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Fall would probably be the best time to plant. We planted ours in Florida in very hot weather and they survived just fine.
Can Eucalyptus be planted close to the house or will the roots damage the foundation?
Odette L on Jun 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: To be safe, you should allow 12 to 15 feet between your Eucalyptus tree and your house. It can become a substantial 30 to 40-foot tree over time.
When is the best time to plant this tree?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Best to get the Eucalyptus in the ground in the early fall or early spring. Summer planting is good as well, as long as you can water as needed.
I live near a landfill with a slight unpleasant smell (only on warm days when wind is blowing the right direction). Would a few of these between my home and the landfill alleviate some of the smell? Other suggestions?
brandon on Jun 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I think that the best smelling live trees are the fast growing arborvitae.Then plant lavender,oregano,catmint and bee balm where you sit outside and they will mask some of the aromas.Coneflowers and some marigolds are very fragrant too.
Are there restrictions on planting eucalyptus in California?
Kimbrough L on Sep 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is most likely county, or local government dependent. If you call your county, ask for extension services or permitting, or a department that can help you with determining which trees are prohibited. In Florida, my county prohibits eucalyptus, while a neighboring county does not. It is in our county ordinances, but I couldn't find it for California. Good luck!
How big planter do I need to accommodate eucalyptus?
Ginnie on May 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would suggest 20-30 gallons.
Would the Eucalyptus tree adapt to clay soil on Chicago?
Franklin V on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Eucalyptus tree is not at all picky about it's soil and will adapt to most soil types, however in cold weather of Chicago is what the tree would not adapt too.
I have read that some varieties of eucalyptus drop heavy limbs. Is this variety known to do that? Can you please supply the variety name?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We carry the 'Silver Dollar' and it is not known to drop heavy limbs.
what is the name of this eucalyptus tree?
gani l on Jun 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The one we carry is the Silver Dollar Eucalyptus.
Is this a particular type of eucalyptus?
Tree crazy on Oct 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is the silver dollar tree variety.
Is this tree recommended for Phoenix, AZ?
Teresa C on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The outdoor growing zones are 8-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm

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